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Stéphane Coutelle is a french photographer and director, known for his stunning portraits of women, who has succeeded in combining a fine art and a commercial career.
Insomnies, released April 2014, combines intimate pictures of women with mysterious night landscapes.
Shoebox Studio, released by Damiani in march 2012, is a artless series of portraits of young aspiring models taken in paris between 2004 and 2008.
Other photography projects include the corner (Paris, 1998–2002), Three Sisters (Prague, 1989–1995). his self-portrait photo book, Me Myself and I, was published by Kehayoff Edition in 1995.
Previously, as a painter, he exhibited his large, hypnotic women’s portraits on solo shows held at the Paris Hôtel de Ville (1994), Coprim Foundation (Femme du Temps Jamais, 1995) and Galerie Art & Patrimoine (Face B, 1998).
Represented by Thomas Treuhaft